Living with Dad was like living with Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. One day he was a madman with his hair standing on end and his nostrils flaring threatening to kill me; the next day he had no memory of what transpired the night before, and we carried on like nothing happened.
Mary Kate DeCraene author of “No One Said Life Was Fair” a poignant and humorous memoir about growing up in an alcoholic family.
Please... Do... Pitch perfect AU.... (I saw it in your Solace tag I'm dead)
Annabeth’s father thinks she needs to branch out from focusing solely on her studies and get involved with some sort of fun extracurricular activity
she auditions for the once prominent acapella group The Muses and captures the attention of Piper, who leads the group along with her high strung but well intentioned friend Reyna
The Muses are looking to revamp the team after a disastrous season that left them humiliated and catapulted their arch rivals, Apollo’s Lyres, to celebrity status on the acapella scene
her friend Percy, who she met earlier in the year on move in day, auditions for Apollo’s Lyres as his mother was a piano teacher and taught him a love of music
at initiation night Percy drunkenly declares that him and Annabeth are destined to have aca-children together which she protests but bites her lip while fantasizing about the practice leading up to the kids
Annabeth’s ear for arrangements is able to help bring The Muses back to a level of prominence on the acapella scene and while they hit some road bumps along the way, her and Percy find their way to each other though she’d be lying if she said she hadn’t had some almost moments with Piper
Looks like their storyline got cut, but hopefully it makes it to the DVD. My guess is that Jesse’s career would’ve led to scoring movies on the opposite side of the country, and Beca’s music producing still in Atlanta.
Or maybe she got pregnant and that would’ve fulfilled the aca-children prediction. But that’s highly unlikely. And a little crazy.